Articles by Francis D. Nichol
Should we not have the Adventist explanation of things placed in every public library where anyone and everyone can lay hands upon it quickly?
Part two of our theological seminary lectures on the need for Christian evidences.
A chapel talk to history and Bible teachers and seminarians in General Conference chapel, Thursday, August 15, 1940.
The rapid changes in the world will have a bearing upon a great many of our teachings.
Address at opening of winter session of the Theological Seminary, Dec. 6, 1939.
Answering a recent charge from our critics.
Address at graduation exercises, Washington Sanitarium School of Nursing, Takoma Park, Maryland, September, 1945.
A look at the new volume of the Prophetic Faith of our Fathers.
Question: Is it considered orthodox to bless infants in our Seventh-day Adventist churches?
Paper presented at Bible and History Teachers' Council, Takoma Park, August, 1944.
Are the two compatible?
The genius of the Advent Movement is against concentration of men and resources in one spot, it matters not whether the men be preachers, teachers, publishers, or plain church members. The genius of this great movement calls for spreading out and ever farther out. Can anyone give valid reasons why this principle should not apply to our medical men?
Second installment of an address given at the recent Medical Council at Boulder, Colorado.
This timely address was given on April 26, 1949, upon assignment, at the Boulder Medical Council. At the close of the presentation the council voted to request that it be brought out in printed form and sent to all ministers and physicians. The General Conference Committee voted that it be published first in THE MINISTRY, and then in Pamphlet form. This journal earnestly urges the careful study of this important discussion—THE EDITOR.
A commencement sermon given to the graduating class of CME, June 4. 1955. We are happy to make this stimulating address available to all our readers.
Features-Is the Doctrine of an Earthly Heaven Adequate Today? Preach the Power of God. (January 1954)
Our present age has been distinguished by its new approach to the goal of maximum satisfaction in living.
"May you, as did Greatheart, that doughty guide and warrior of Bunyan's allegory, safely lead the pilgrims onward."
We are all pilgrims traveling toward the promised land
God wants men who think great thoughts, dream great dreams, and see great visions in relation to the kingdom of God and the finishing of His work.
It is common knowledge that Modernism is in the ascendancy, that a very great majority of the clergy and of the theological schools are to an increasing degree contaminated with Liberalistic ideas. But it is not so widely known that Modernism is beginning to be questioned in the house of its friends.
I find myself in the very unusual position of being the only pastor in Hyattsville who is on the repeal side of the Sunday law question.
F.D. Nichol corresponds with a prominent Fundamentalist.
The assertion was recently hurled at me that Christians worship an illegitimate child. Answered by reference to Matthew 1:20, the question was then asked, "Why was it right for the Holy Spirit to do what it was not right for man to do?" How can I best answer this challenge?
Articles for inspiration, counsel, and caution
Who can compute the mystic power of music? Who can measure the influence it exerts for weal or woe?
Articles for inspiration, counsel, and caution.
The value of books.